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... sitting on the lawn next to my bike. When I came out to the bike sure enough there he was sitting on a bonnet of a car and watching everything go by.
Off I went out of this rather mad and busy town and onto the old slow road north. After a few slow miles I pulled into a petrol station to fill my tank and then decided to look at my map. If only I had done this before I left the hotel. I noticed a few onramps to the motorway but as this was such a magical road (or so ...
... places but hey it was clean and for one night it would do. We hadn't eaten a proper meal since that morning and we were starving! The guy at the reception gave us directions to a takeaway place that sold burek. Basically burek looks like a slice of pie but it's savoury and the outside is puff pastry with meat inside it. Anyhow we walked back to the hostel, and ate them while watched some weird alien movie. With full bellies and tired eyes we soon fell into a deep ...
... an Amphitheatre which dates back to 3rd and 4th century. We did an audio tour which explained the history of this dramatic structure.The outer walls and the chambers beneath the arena are remarkably intact despite the pilfering of stones over the centuries for other buildings.(pics) We then took a 2 hour cruise around the Biranji Islands , it was relaxing a relaxing afternoon. The ...
... car. The bus didn't come after an hour so we got a taxi , no big deal as it was raining anyway. By the time we picked up our car the sun was out and ***********. Garry was in control again once he had wheels and driving a brand new Ford focus .( think ?) We visited the town of Motovun first ,famous for its truffles and oils . To be honest the smell of the truffles in this town made us both ...
... and St Helen church (with 15th century triptych and beautiful rose windows. It is a small place with a nice beach and places to walk and eat.
During couple of days we visited some other towns on the island which, throughout its history, was occupied by Frankish, Byzantine, Venetian – who left their footprint on its architecture and art.
Krk Town developed in the Middle Ages on the site of the Roman ...